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Hugh Sinclair

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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Cast (feature film)

1.
Man in Hiding (1953) as Maurice Jerrard
A mystery made mysterious by the writers via misleading clues, lack of cohesion and glaring loopholes begins when Speight (Kieron Moore) escapes after being found guilty of murder, and his wife, Thelma (Lois Maxwell), believes he is after her because she is in love with another man and has changed her name. Lawyer Bishop and friend (Paul Henreid), playing a hunch, finds Speight at the scene of the crime and learns he is after the real murderer and not his wife. They shift through several men as suspects, all of whom seem to know his wife rather well.
3.
No Trace (1950)
4.
Trottie True (1949)
In the 1890s Trottie True moves from bit theatre parts to stardom and from balloonist Sid Skinner to more prominent men. Later on she wonders if Sid wasn't better after all and seeks to find out.
5.
The Rocking Horse Winner (1949) as Richard Grahame
A young boy's talent for picking winning race horses threatens his life.
6.
Corridor of Mirrors (1948) as Owen Rhys
7.
The Saint Meets the Tiger (1943) as Simon Templar, also known as The Saint
The Saint infiltrates a small English village run by smugglers.
8.
The Saint's Vacation (1941) as Simon Templar [also known as The Saint]
Reformed jewel thief Simon Templar vies with Nazi agents for possession of a mysterious music box .
9.
Strangers on a Honeymoon (1936) as Quigley
10.
Escape Me Never (1935) as Sebastian Sanger
11.
Our Betters (1933) as Lord [Harry] Bleane
An American heiress marries into the British nobility.

Cast (special)

12.
Impressionists, The (2001) as Voice
Special that follows the lives of the group of individuals who laid the foundation for Modernism, including Claude Monet, August Renoir, Camille Pissarro, Edgar Degas and Berthe Morisot. The Impressionists were a small cadre of artists who challenged the staid art world of mid-19th century Paris, an
13.
Dear Home: Letters From WWI (2000) as Voice
Tells the story of war, specifically World War I, through the eyes of the American men and women soldiers who lived through it as recounted in their correspondence.

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